Painful Intercourse

Last updated: 22 Nov 2021  |  14982 Views  | 

 Painful Intercourse

Painful Intercourse


It is pain during insertion. It is divided into primary, which is pain every time when insertion. Secondary, there will be pain, sometimes there may be a feeling of pain around the skin around the vagina. Or deep pain from the insertion, which 60% of women would dare to tell the doctor.

cause
Caused by vaginal spasms from infections, scars, and wounds from vaginal delivery and surgery. abnormal tissue in the uterus vaginal dryness from medication in menopause having sex for the first time Hypersensitivity to contraceptives, condoms, and other diseases such as endometriosis, radiation, trauma, sexuallytransmitted diseases (STDs), pelvic inflammatory diseases, urinary tract infections (UTIs), depression, and sexual.


symptom
Mild and severe pain during sex May be painful on the surface of the vagina It's a burning, itching, or pain in the lower abdomen. inside the vagina will be painful a tight feeling before or after sex

diagnosis
From the history taking, physical examination, blood test, collecting vaginal secretions for examination and ultrasonography. to check for lumps in the uterus Endoscopy into the rectum to check for blockages or lumps

treatment
Depending on the cause, the lubricant used when the vagina is dry. Antibiotics are used to treat UTIs or STDs, uterine fibroids, radiation therapy, and uterine fibroids that are mispronounced should be surgically removed. Or change your posture while having sex, or it may reduce violence.

Things to do
You should sit in a warm bath for 10-15 minutes.
Lubricants should be used to help.
Should study exercises that help the vagina relax more.
You should discuss postures to relieve pain with your partner.
Scented soaps should be avoided.
Talk to a psychiatrist about fear of pain during sex.
Tell your doctor if you have a fever. Bleeding or vaginal secretions vaginal pain more Symptoms did not improve after three months of treatment, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.

don't do
Do not use perfume or douching. 


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